Completely Disconnect From Technology
Ditching your screen can have a truly positive impact on your wellbeing. If there is no cell phone service or Internet on a camping trip, this will give you a chance to reconnect with yourself and others.
Reset Your Body Clock
When you are out camping you are more inclined to live by the sun’s schedule. You are more likely to go to bed earlier, wake up earlier, and have more energy.
Burn Some Calories
Camping involves a lot of different outdoor activities –swimming, hiking, fishing and mountain biking can make you burn up to 800 calories per hour.
Good Simple Food
Cooking meals while camping involves real food you can cook over the campfire. Think fresh fish or meat with veggies,baked potatoes in foil, or corn on the cob. If you want a hot meal, you’re pretty much limited to what you can cook on the fire or the barbeque, and that’s a great thing!
Being physically active in the sun while camping helps your body produce vitamin D, which benefits your bones, muscles and overall health.
Camping provides time away from daily stresses and allows you to spend quality time with others, bringing you closer.
When you spend time surrounded by trees, you take in more oxygen, which brings greater clarity to the brain. It improves your concentration and makes you feel happier.
Some relaxing time in the wilderness allows you to put the brakes on stress and bring your mind and body back on track.
Peace of Mind
You can achieve peace of mind when you spend time in the outdoors because it allows you to escape the daily grind. This provides you with a meditative experience. You can clear your mind and focus on what you are experiencing in the present moment.
New Challenges That Keep Your Brain Sharp
New experiences and learning new skills can help to keep your brain healthy. You may learn how to set up a tent, tie a knot, purify water, and start a fire. This makes camping one of the best activities to keep your body and brain active.